They say travels can teach better than class lectures. Although, educational degree matters, travelling lets you learn things an ordinary class discussion won't teach you. It enables you to explore new places, discover new practices, and compare different cultures.
Two types of journeys occur during travel. The outer journey describes the physical experience of travel: w here you w ent, w hat you saw and w hat you did w hile inner journey defines your interpretation of the experience. It describes w hat you learned, and how it changed your perspective on life.
"It’s a small world," or "the world is flat," are some of the most common phrases of our everyday conversations. Globalization is poised to be the theme of the 21st Century and may w ell be the greatest reorganization of our world since the Industrial Revolution.
Business leaders can no longer ignore globalization . International business can no longer be someone else's specialty. Every business leader must be prepared and equipped to lead in a global, cross-cultural world. To meet these ever changing divers demands placed on business leaders, Business Schools like us believes in learning through international study tour as its one of the key focuses in the Management Program.
Beyond just talking about global business issues, Management graduates accomplish many objectives, but the following three are at the core:
Experience and understand the culture of other countries through tours, cultural experiences, and interacting w ith host nationals.
Observe first -hand global businesses by meeting with business leaders and touring their facilities in order to learn how they develop and execute their strategy, manage their international business, and deal w ith the complexities they face both at home and abroad.
Have some fun and build community with fellow students, guests and faculty.
The intensive International Study Tour has been designed to expand participant understanding and insight through exposure to a variety of international environments, exploring best practices, property issues and challenges and to return having integrated the valuable lessons leaned through the study tour.
Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Government of India
The PGDM curriculum is set apart by three distinct dimensions: Extensive corporate interface; unlimited knowledge access and an unwavering focus on the future. The PGDM program offered by one of the top PGDM colleges in Bangalore is very unique not only in its contents but also in its delivery.
This program comes with unique advantages :
Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD & Government of India
Electives taught by eminent faculty from Industry
Range of inspirational speakers from around the world
Exclusively designed course content at par with top international business schools
Case Studies, Live Projects, Movie Analysis, Fests participation , Foreign language course, International conference all and much more
This program is embedded in a learning community characterized by a strong research tradition and high quality professional teaching
Value added program along with rigorous course structure
Programmed to inculcate Innovation, Ethical Values & Nurture Holistic development
Vibrant and Active Student Clubs
Demographically diverse learning community
Study abroad option available with International partnering universities
Dual Specializations to make student multi-industry ready
Great Batch Mates
Course Content :
|Managerial Economics||Indian Economy & Policy||Legal and Business Environment (Micro & Macro)|
|Business Communication||Corporate Finance||Indian Ethos and Business Ethics|
|Financial Reporting, Statements and Analysis||Marketing Management||Indian Financial System and Financial Markets|
|Management Process, Organization Design||Operations Management||Project Management|
|Computer Applications for Business||Operations Management||Corporate Strategy|
|Organizational Behaviour||Human Resources Management||Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability|
|Business Statistics and Analytics for Decision Making||Managerial Skills for Effectiveness||Entrepreneurship|
|Participative learning Activities||Quantitative Techniques||Marketing Research|
|Participative Learning||Participative Learning||Participative Learning|
|Mentorship – I||Mentorship – II||Mentorship – III|
|Industry Orientation – I||Industry Orientation – II||Industry Orientation – III|
|Certification Program – I||Certification Program – II||Certification Program – III|
|Personality Development||Organization Study||Research Paper Presentation|
|TRIMESTER IV||TRIMESTER V||TRIMESTER VI|
|Specialization I||Specialization I||Specialization I|
|Sub I||Sub IV||Sub VIII|
|Sub II||Sub V||Sub IX|
|Sub III||Sub VI||Sub X|
|Specialization II||Sub VII||Specialization II|
|Sub I||Specialization II||Sub V|
|Sub II||Sub III||Sub VI|
|INTERNSHIP/PROJECT REPORT||Sub IV||Sub VII|
|Placement Orientation I||Placement Orientation II|
Specializations offered :
HR | Finance | Marketing | Operations
Health Care Management | Retailing & Supply Chain | Business Analytics | Sports Management | Travel & Tourism | Information Science | International Business | Banking & Insurance | Small Business Management and Business Enterpreneurship (SBM&E)
2 years Full time consisting of Six semesters
Any graduate with a minimum of 50% in the qualifying examination.
Entrance test for qualification :
MAT / CAT / CMAT / XAT / PGCET / ATMA / ICET & any other state entrance test.
Course Offered at :
During III and IV semesters each student shall prepare a project report in their elective area and the same must be submitted before the commencement of the fourth semester exams.
Electives offerings are subject to minimum enrollment.
Course content subject to change as per the decision of the management / university.
Program offerings and fee structure for every program may vary. Student needs to take the details of the program offering from the program director at the campus and refer the fee structure for fee details.
This document is intent of the institution and the final deliveries may vary.